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this valve that broke up over night. business has gone up 50%. their water heater was broken and water spilling thine garage -- into the garage. >> the water heater is leaking. no water. you could smell gas. >> we have been so busy. a lot of breaks outside of the house. pipes not being insulated. and a lot of pvc cracks. >> the winter shelter program has been operating at capacity. >> we had to bring in extra blankets. and heating units to make sure that we -- that we could provide the heat that these -- that these men need. >> reporter: where the over night low was 28 degrees a homeless man had to be taken to the hospital with burns over his body. his tent caught fire after he
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lit a candle inside to stay warm. we were over head after police shut down a road. black ice was blamed for numerous spin outs this morning. >> the rink is now closed to the public but groups will be practicing this week before a gala on saturday. cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. and for the fourth night in a row we will feel freezing temperatures again. outside right now 40s to low 50s. 55 in oakland. 48 in napa. the sun sets in a few minutes and our temperatures will tumble again. tomorrow morning, we do have a frost advisory for the bay side communities, outside of san francisco, redwood city, fremont, hayward, oakland.
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notice the purple, inland areas, north bay, east bay, south bay, dipping into the 20s. a freeze warning is expected for you. this is going to happen tomorrow morning. he is a peak at the handful of numbers i am expecting. petaluma has felt the chilliest temperatures. 40 for san francisco. 28 in walnut creak. when i return what you can expect for tomorrow and a time line of when i expect we will thaw out and when we will warm up. the cold snap continues. citrus growers are going out out to protect their crops. they invested $11 million to protect their crops. many say it is necessary to do so. they generate $2 billion a year. efforts to use water and wind machines has paid off. in december of 2011 a deep freeze cost them half a billion
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dollars to protect the crops. it will be a cold night for some folks after a huge free crashed into a home and knocked out power. the 150-foot tree toppled over this morning on west baltimore avenue. neighbors say they heard a person inside yelling for help. she was rescue unharm -- rescued unharm. the power has now -- unharmed. the power has now been returned. you can receive updates on the weather from our weather team anytime, they post updates on facebook, send out tweets and going to there is still a very active crime scene after one person was killed and another injured in a shooting this afternoon. near purdue and illinois street. ktvu's robert handa has been on the scene for a couple hours
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gathering information. what have you learned so far? >> reporter: we are at the scene at the first homicide of the year. detectives have been swarming the area. investigators say the police department got hits on its shot spotter that alarms them to gunfire. when officers arrived they found a male adult dead. another western was taken to a hospital also with gun shot wounds. family at the house was stunned by what happened. >> i was -- shocked knowing that a shooting happened at my mom's house. nothing like this ever happened. what the police said it had nothing to do with anyone in our household and we are glad that no one in our family got shot. >> reporter: is it gang
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related? >> at this point we don't know who the other people are. till we can gather everybody's -- the witnesses or the evidence at the time we won't be able to confirm. >> reporter: as you heard that officer, that investigation is still going on. we can see them talking to neighbors and witnesses and police say they haven't issued a warning to the neighborhood about anyone being at large. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. a 6th suspect entered a plea. she pleaded not guilty to murder and robbery. papers describe her as a contributed felon. nicknamed killer. wong and her accomplices killed one of the witnesses over a dispute over cret card fraud --
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credit card fraud. inmate escaped. david brown climbed a fence at the correctional facility, which is 70 miles north of santa rosa. he was serving for resisting arrest, petty theft and drugs. he is 185 pounds and a lot of tattoos on his arms. if you have seen him contact the sheriff's department. >> the los angeles county coroner changed the death certificate of natalie wood based on unanswered questions. a new report says they changed the cause of death from drowning to drowning and other undetermined factors. this based on unexplained bruises bruises and abraises on her body. she -- abrasions on her body. she somehow ended up in the water. president obama blasted republicans on the issue of the nation's debt. he is pushing back at opponents who are threatening not to pay
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the government's bills. >> please have a seat. >> reporter: president obama spoke from the white house to stake out a position on the debt limit. if congress doesn't improve an increase the government will run out of money to pay bills. president obama blasted republicans who said they won't raise it without dollar for dollar cuts to the budget. >> the issue here is whether or not america pays its bills. we are not a deadbeat nation. >> the problem is congress has already spent the money. what it would mean for the nation to not make payments. >> social security checks and veteran's benefits will be delayed. we might not be able to pay our troops. >> reporter: in response republicans pointed out president obama voted against increasing the debt limit as a senator. speaker of the house john
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boehner's office said debt is endangering's children future. theconsequences are real he said. >> the debate had a numbing effect on wall street today. the dow is up 18 to 13,507. the nasdaq is down 8 at 3,117. the s&p is down 1 at 1,470. all of that in washington is being watched closely in sacramento because failure to address the debt ceiling could take the budget surplus and wipe it out. ktvu's ken pritchett is in the capital. >> reporter: exactly on where california's budget stands today it became clear there was a lot of agreement we are on
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the mend, the budget turned a corner and all of that is at risk if the federal government drops the ball. >> reporter: california finally has a surplus. in november he said he had a deficit of $2 billion. he stands by that number but says -- >> it is roughly in balance. >> the difference in numbers is small and that the government's plan shows discipline. >> he should be commended for the plan. >> paying down debt and strengthsenning education are the right -- strengthening education are the right choices for california. >> reporter: he says another area of agreement is how quickly the governor's budget's numbers could fly. >> the biggest risk could come next month and that is from washington, d.c. in what the government chooses to do or not
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to do. >> reporter: if washington fails to act on the debt ceiling the national economy could -- [no audio] >> reporter: because of the potential risks to our state budget that is one reason they say they want to create that $1 billion reserve and where the budget stands, that will be better known in may when we will know if the surplus has grown. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. 49er fans are looking forward to a huge game this weekend. if they win they will go to their 6th super bowl. saturday night the 9ers destroyed the packers and a lot of fans are confident they will do well against the falcons. the championship game is sunday in the georgia dome and fans are optimistic even though the last time the 49ers won a road plaintiff game was 24 years
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ago. >> it is exciting wherever they win. there, here, no matter what it is still great. >> 49ers gear is selling fast. we checked with sf sports in san francisco, they say they are completely sold out of colin kaepernick jerseys. ktvu channel 2 news will have coverage of the championship game on sunday at 9:30 a.m. with championship play book with mark ibanez and joe fonzi and at 10:00 p.m., nfc championship stase. chase. 11:00 a.m. pre-game show and kickoff at noon and the point after following the game. fans of the kings are trying to stop their -- trying to stop their team from leaving. organizers of here we buy say if a new owner keeps the kings
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in sacramento, the names from the pledge drive will be handed over to the sales staff. that list of buyers is getting longer and includes the founder of the 24 hour fitness chain. oakland's police chief and mayor are saying they are doing all they can to get a handle on the city's crime problem. why declaring a local state of emergency won't work. >> and the warning tonight about java software. >> i will have your weather and what you can expect coming up. . little experiments. big ideas. brighter ways. and better tomorrows you can take home today. imagine if everyday was just a little bit better for everyone.
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15 people shot, 4 killed this weekend in oakland. and that is left a lot of people wondering what it will take to get the violence to stop. the mayer mayer and police chief spoke about what they think is fueling the violence
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and allie rasmus has more. >> reporter: after this violent weekend leaders called on oakland to declare a local state of emergency to get or officers on the street. but today the mayor and chief said declaring a local state of emergency is not an option, not for now. >> we have been operating under a state of emergency already. >> reporter: the chief and mayor said oakland is already getting help from the chp, u.s. marshals and the atf to deal with the violent crimes. >> we have received the same level of resources we would have had we made a formal request. >> reporter: five people were shut at a party sunday night. 11 people shot saturday and sunday and friday 4 people were killed in four separate shooting. 90% of the violent crime in oakland stems from a feud
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between two gangs. members range from 18-27. >> there is 1-2% of the population that is causing the violence and we are focused on them. i think that is the difference between what a local state of emergency versus what we are doing right now. >> look, we have got 616 officers. 90 of them are either on light duty or can't work at all. >> reporter: he says the city needs more resources now and leaders should declare a state of emergency to get more officers on the street. >> well, we have the loss of a tremendous amount of life in the city. and so we ought to be willing to ask for folks to come in up and help us deal with the -- in and help us deal with the problem. >> reporter: he said the help
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they would get would be short lived. coming up at 6:00 p.m., the long term plan to add new police officers to the streets of oakland. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. a man is recovering from injuries he received when a fire broke out in his apartment. it was reported after midnight at a complex on affton street. crews found one of the apartments in flames. the man who lived in the unit was the landlord and he suffered minor burns. neighbors heard the man screaming for help. >> i just heard popping sounds and then i heard him yelling call 911. that is what i did. >> officials say the apartment was so badly damage the landlord will have to find a new place to live. oracle says it created a tempiary fix with its java -- temporary fix with its java
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software. last week homeland security warned users they are vulnerable to potential attacks. the company says the new fix gives users a chance to reject software before it infects their computers. one experts said they still have critical flaws. apple cut orders for parts for the iphone 5 because of weak demands. apple asks several suppliers to slash orders by half. shares dropped 4% on that news today. the iphone has been losing ground on the cell phone market. the demand is growing for inexpensive phones. samsung asked the court to uphold its ruling on the galaxy
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cell phone. in october they refused to impose a ban on the sale. apple requested that ban. the trial is set to begin in march in san jose. striking nurses took to picket lines today. nurses are at odds with administrators over pay, benefits and contributions to their healthcare plans. both hospitals called in replacement workers and are promising care won't be effected. researchers received 2 grants from the bill and melinda gates foundation. one group received $12 million to investigate the impacts of antibiotics to children. back now to our bay area
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weather. rosemary o -- rosemary orozco explained we will be cold. >> tonight going to be just as cold as we have been. outside right now beautiful. once you step outside, it can be cold at times. if it is breezy in your neighborhood it could be brisk. 51 degrees in oakland. 49 san francisco. 40s concord, east bay, temperatures are cooling off. 45 degrees in brentwood. 32 mount diablo. with the windchill 9 degrees is what it feels like. 46 san ramon. 46 pleasanton. the winter chill continues tonight but i think tonight will be the last night we have really cold weather. over night lows 20s for the
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valley locations and 30s around the bay area. mentioned this a few moments ago, a frost advisory for bay site communities, freeze warnings for the valley locations. look at what i expect tomorrow morning, cold start. santa rosa 27 degrees. 99 in napa -- 29 in napa. 27 fairfield. 26 antioch. san jose 32 degrees. 31 redwood city. san francisco 40 degrees. 35 oakland. the only thing i can say is we know what to expect, right? tomorrow morning, bundle up, it will be chilly. a slow warm up once again. 7:00 hour, pockets of whites,
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20s. pink, 30s. 8:00 hour, low 40s. 30s continuing through 8:00. 9:00 better. 40s for most of us. inland valleys, sheltered from a stir of the atmosphere. and into the afternoon, temperatures warmer than today. it will be a day by day event where the temperatures bump up but eventually we will feel the difference. 57 in oakland tomorrow. 55 in san francisco. 56 mountain view. when i return the extended forecast and a minor warm up on the way. back to you. new measures for gun control. how soon we could see laws following the sandy hook elementary school shooting and why one thinks the president should act on his own. >> one muni worker made $300,000 last year, half of that in over time.
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we have breaking news right now. we have just learned the city of san jose has named laree as the new police chief. as you know the current police chief is going to be stepping down in days. this comes as the city is searching for a full time police chief. they had narrowed it down to
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three people but said they would need more time. it could be months. this comes at a difficult time for san jose, crime is up, officers are down and the police department is in a battle with the city over pension reform and healthcare issues. the headline, laree, a deputy chief in the san jose police department has just been named interim police chief for the city. . a teen boy pled guilty for open fire on his classmates. prosecutors say thursday he shot a boy at taft high school and other students. they will try him as an adult. the teen who was shot is in stable condition. judge in riverside convicted a 12-year-old boy for
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the second degree murder of his father. the prosecutors argued the boy knew what he was doing when he shot his father who was a leader of the national socialist movement and they claim it was pre-meditated. his attorney said his client grew up in an abusive environment. vice president joe biden turned in his recommendations for new gun control measures today after he met with the gun control task force. some of the considerations are tighter back ground checks, ban on assault weapons. the president offered an update. >> my starting point is not to worry about the politics. my starting point is to focus on what makes sense. what works. what should we be doing to make sure our children are safe. and we are reducing gun
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violence. >> this debate comes one month after the sandy hook elementary school massacre. president obama hopes to unveil a road map for curving gun violence in days. >> jackie spear is calling on the president to act independently of congress. >> i recommend he do by executive action because i am not confident this congress is going going to have the guts to do what is right. >> she was one of 12 democrats who met with vice president joe biden this among discuss thew prevent gun violence. she survived being shot several times during a visit to giana 30 years ago. san francisco's muni paid out $55 million in over time pay. muni has 22 of the city's top
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25 over time wage earners. one clocked in 2,000 hours of over time. doubling his salary to $290,000. >> we should never have a situation like this. we have had issues with regards to over time. we are trying to provide new initiatives, new programs to ensure we are cutting the over time. >> closer monitoring and other efforts proven effective reover time by 20%. a short -- in reducing over time by 20%. i am getting something that may be in short supply soon. why you should get a flu shot. >> plus developing news about what lance armstrong told oprah winfrey this afternoon and what she tweeted after the interview.
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complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. bay area doctors say a flu epidemic is on the way. have you got your flu shot yet? if you haven't you might have problems finding a place to get it. health and science editor john fowler tells us why it could be in short supply. >> reporter: no question this vaccine can protect you if you could find it. doctors say the flu is headed our way. >> reporter: at kaiser hospital today -- >> i am afraid you have an air infection. >> reporter: she brought in her son. >> can you open big for me?
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>> reporter: he is feeling sick. neither had the flu vaccine. they each got a flu shot but we learned flu vaccine may soon be hard to come by. kaiser bought 1% of the nation's total supply. >> for this week we are okay. but beyond then we are not sure about our supply. >> reporter: i called contra costa county target pharmacy, cvs and walgreen's, all were out for at least a week. that means perhaps people have been getting their shots. >> all the other states have been getting it and it is getting close. >> not really, i don't get the flu shot. >> why? because i have asthma. and also my neighbor got sick. >> reporter: officials say people should contact their healthcare provider. >> for our system we have
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adequate supply right now. no shortages. >> reporter: for a map on where it is available go to our website, reporting live, health and science editor john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. and coming up at 6:00 p.m., we spoke to a nurse who has no plans to get a flu shot even though she works at a hospital. the reason she won't do it. kaiser is expanding its presence. they confirmed today the purchase of a site in north san jose. the price was not disclosed but kaiser plans to build a medical office building. doctors released geroge h. w. bush from the hospital today. he is at home resting tonight. he is 88 years old and 20 two months in the hospital -- spent two months in the hospital. he was grateful for his doctors
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and touched by the many get well messages he received. today oprah winfrey interviewed lance armstrong and lance armstrong confessed that he used performance enhancing drugs. lance armstrong was considered one of the greatest bike riders ever, winning 7 tour de france titles. he has been suspended for life and all of his titles have been taken away. the interview with lance armstrong doesn't air till later this weekend. oprah winfrey tweeted i just wrapped up with lance armstrong. more than 2-1/2 hours. he came ready. no expect quotes have been released but associated press is reporting he admitted he cheated cheated and used performance enhancing drugs. how will this change how people see lance armstrong? ktvu's jade hernandez talked to
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folks in the bay area. what are they saying? >> reporter: cyclists and cancer survivors are talking. news of lance lance armstrong's confession is just coming out. >> this was a personal note from lance for my son. >> reporter: lance armstrong's doctor objected. his confession hasn't changed his perspective. >> he created one of the bigger foundations in the world for cancer. you can never take that away from him. >> he created a cancer foundation. it raised $1.3 million since 2005. today lance armstrong apologized to former livestrong staffers. >> his supporters, they have
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dropped him, lance armstrong, but they have not dropped sponsoring livestrong. i think that is the sentiment of a lot of people. >> the fact he came back from death to do that is asounding. -- astounding. >> reporter: he says the pressure to perform pressurers athletes to -- pressures athletes to make it happen. he stands by the biggest name. >> he should be regardedads a very important -- regarded as a very important icon. >> the dream was pretty -- too good to be true. >> reporter: the interview with oprah winfrey is expected to air later this week. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2
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news. 10erants vowing to stay -- some tenants are vowing to stay put. it has been sold to a developer. the tenants' leases expire tomorrow night and the owners say they will evict anyone who stays on. they were scrambling to set sail today after living there for 13 years. >> it is one of the best places i ever lived. best community that i have been a part of. put me in a lot of hardship. >> several say they will fight the eviction and they could get a previve. they will hear arguments later this -- preprieve. they will hear arguments later this month. what effect does marijuana use have on your long term iq score? >> plus check out the newest version of one of the most famous american cars in history. more of these pictures when we come back. sofa... desk...
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sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. a mysterious facebook event for tomorrow has the community on edge. many are trying to speculate. the only clue is the media invitation that says come see what we are building.
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the event begins aat 10:00 a.m. and ktvu channel 2 news will be there -- begins at 10:00 a.m. and ktvu channel 2 news will be there. dell is in buy out talks that could take the company private. dell is in negotiations with two private firms. the talks are preliminary and could fall apart because they may not be able to line up the financing. dell lost a third of its value last year and been trying to regain ground in the pc market. new study is challenging a finding that links marijuana use among teens to a decline in iq. in the sudy researchers found -- study researchers found a drop in participates who were dependent on pot by 18. now a researcher is questioning the evidence and says an explanation for the iq decline
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could be socioeconomic factors. the authors say new tests they have conducted rule out that theory. check out the new pictures. a first look at the newest versions of the new chevy corvette. chevy is bringing back the name stingray. gm says the car is new and only uses two parts from the current corvette. this comes out during a good period. they sold 14 million vehicles last year. that is the highest number since 2007. a big pay out from this pizza chain. but they are looking at restaurants. >> and the cold spell continues for another night. coming up the advisories you need to know about and when i expect warmer weather will enter the bay area. w
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a popular pizza restaurant settled with its employees after violating a orfinance. ktvu's david stevenson learn -- ordinance. ktvu's david stevenson learned they could be cracking down on more businesses. >> reporter: this pizza chain deserves credit for settling the claim, other restaurants may be targeted next. >> reporter: they are getting a bigger slice of benefits after
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an investigation found that between 2009 and 2011 they didn't use most of a 4% healthy san francisco surcharge to fund employee healthcare. >> $220,000 that did not appropriately go to employees for healthcare. >> the money was spent for healthcare for invoices that employees turned into us. we paid all of them. we acruised more than they redeemed -- acruised more than they redeemed. >> reporter: it comes after restaurants say they are grappling with rising healthcare costs. and the nation's highest
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minimum wage rate. >> >> reporter: the ceo plans to eliminate the surcharge and raise menu prices. >> adds more infrastructure to our company. >> reporter: a source indicated to ktvu other businesses are being looked at for violating the ordinance. the city attorney would not confirm that but said it is looking at a larger effort to address the issue in the city. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. research suggest children who eat fast food three times a week are more likely to experience serious allergic reaction. the study is the largest of its kind and examined data from half a million children.
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organizers for the presidential inauguration are hoping a new app will help folks get around. they released an app that will provide live stream video of events and it will have maps showing the best way to get to the ceremony, parade route, bath rooms and first aid booths. >> to show your best route from where you are at the moment no matter how lost you might be. >> people who are not at the ceremony can use the app to receive updates. ktvu will have live coverage of the inauguration beginning sunday night. ken pritchett and tori campbell will be in washington, d.c. look for their live reports starting sunday evening. chase and company has been ordered to correct more risk management that lead to a loss
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last year. they are also siting them in lapses in control. jp morgan will not pay a fine under the agreement. congress is slated to vote on a $51 billion package for victims of hurst -- on hurricane sandy tomorrow. speaker of the house john boehner pulled the bill at the last minute. chris christie says all the spending has been taken out and urging fellow republicans to support it. >> when voters see there is a lot of things being jammed into the bill it gets in the way of passing the aid. >> a number of republicans claim $188 million in funding for amtrak was already included
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in the package. kind of like something out of a movie. a monitor that promises to change the way people interact with computers. they gave us a preview of their interactive air touch screen. the monitor is made of tiny drops of water that respond to hand movements. the device is set to be released in the united states this year and will be geared for corporations to use in presentations. go back now to rosemary orozco who is in for our chief meteorologist bill martin. tomorrow we will be seeing changes? >> yes, we have a pattern change. it will take us a little while to get there. another day or two and tonight we will be just as cold as we have been and we have advisories to talk about of the the sun has set and temperatures are -- talk about. the sun has set and temperatures are falling. 51 in concord. these numbers a few degrees
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warmer than yesterday. beginning to feel the change. we have been so cold it will take a while before we fill it. with the clear skies and cooling off, napa and concord reporting 48 degrees. here is a look at the forecast. we remain with this pattern, this high pressure is slowly nudging closer to the coast. this is what will bring the warmer air mass. this chill will finally come to an end wednesday, thursday and into the weekend, looks better. we will have patchy frost tomorrow morning. and the advisories are back in place. frost advisory for bay side communities, outside of san francisco, you are excluded, those are the areas we will see temperatures slipping into the 30s tomorrow morning. sun rise, purple, colder, 20s
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in the forecast. napa, santa rosa, all those low lying areas going to feel cold again. san jose, gilroy, you again will have this till 9:00 a.m. in the morning. a look at the temperatures expected about sun rise. 7:20 a.m., 27 degrees in santa rosa. 29 napa. 20s concord, livermore. 40s around the bay and 40 degrees around san francisco. forecast highs for tomorrow, warmer than today. mid-50s around the north bay. into the east bay, 54 concord. 57 oakland. yesterday a lot of upper 40s and low 50s. today low 50s. tomorrow mid-50s. it is a gradual warm up. and into the holiday weekend,
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we are looking good. 60s in the forecast. over night lows not bad at all. >> thank you. seems like wild turkeys are running all over the bay area. >> but wait till you learn the bad habit that earned this turkey a one way ticket out of san jose. [ crickets chirping ]
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wild turkeys are a common site on streets but one turkey picked up a bad habit. take a look. >> he decided to start chasing cars and pecking at their tires. [ laughter ] >> the city received a lot of calls about the turkey on the loose in san jose. it was seen with a female turkey but the problem was he liked to chase cars so officials were concerned he could be hit. they snuck up on him, caught him and hope to release heim into the wild -- him into the wild. they restored grumeety. the message -- graffiti. the words were meant as a protest. the words faded so when they
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undertook a restoration of the tower they paid to have the message repainted because they said it reflects an important part of history. >> facebook is helping to track down child pornographyers. the new im-- child child pornography -- child pornog raffers. the -- pornographers. at ikea, we don't just design furniture.
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